how to unlock Hard disk volume

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March 14, 2010 at 23:18:47
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Hi,

system openVMS v7.2

i using the following commands at DCL commands:
Mou DKA0:/for
the message is showing at my system OpenVMS V7.2 is % mount-w-VOLSHDWMEM, mouting a shodow set member volume; volume write locked.

someone that can guide me to unlock the volume?

Thank,

Regards,

TEH


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#1
March 15, 2010 at 00:54:04
See what
help/message VOLSHDWMEM
tells You.
But a warning: don't blindly following the shadow override,
unless You are sure it is really not part of a shadow member.

Joseph Huber, http://www.huber-joseph.de
ITRC


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#2
March 15, 2010 at 01:38:40
Hi Joseph Huber,

Thanks for your help.
i still have a question .
if this is a part of a shadow member , What is the best way to unlock the volume?or only the way to do shadow override?

Regards,

Teh


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#3
March 15, 2010 at 07:33:01
You override being a shadow member by mount/over=shadow_member.
use HELP MOUNT /OVER to read the /over=shadow_member entry.
If You do it, then at the next mount as a shadow member it will do a full copy.

Otherwise if it is really a shadowset member, then simply mount it into the shadowset where it belongs and it will be unlocked.

So You and nobody else know the history of the disk: if it is just a disk inherited and added to Your system, then it is probably best to INIT the volume to get rid of any previous volume group membership, and start with a fresh empty volume.

Joseph Huber, http://www.huber-joseph.de
ITRC


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November 15, 2010 at 01:32:19
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You can use BitLocker on windows vista or window 7.0, these operating Systems ask your for a password to recover files on the hard disk.

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#5
November 16, 2010 at 00:30:00
Since I see sometimes such completely unrelated responses here , I can't resist to ask:
Nickfenner, are You a human or just a robot reacting on certain keywords ?
I can't imagine such a windows program will help to solve the OPs problem, or how does it ?

Joseph Huber, http://www.huber-joseph.de
ITRC


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